New restrictions & task force announ Denver
New restrictions & task force announced by Colorado governor
The governor of Colorado, Jared Polis, addressed the public regarding the horrific spread of the global pandemic, the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 saying that a new task force was being set up precisely for the re-purpose of business and economic strategy in the state.
He further said that the team would manufacture medical necessities and track the virus in addition to reducing the daily workforce rate by half as of the present situation.
This task force was formulated after the state of Colorado experienced a hike of 116 cases in a single day with around 58 hospitalized cases and 6 casualties.
The state is highly disappointed with the US government who showed leniency in handling the outbreak of COVID-19.
Polis advised the citizens to be socially responsible and stay in personal isolation and practise social distancing. He said that the citizens are as much in a position to contain the spread of the virus as much as the government and has pleaded the citizens to act and be a little more responsible by staying at home and maintaining personal hygiene.
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Affected by COVID-19 closures, Colorado workers eligible for assistance
On Monday, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment announced that all the workers from Colorado ho were temporarily affected by the closures due to COVID-19 will receive unemployment benefits.
If you are among those employees who either have been laid off or witnessed reduced working hours, then he or she may file for unemployment claim by visiting this website – coloradoui.gov.
Furthermore, the employers are being encouraged by the agency to make use of work share programs, telework options for employees, and paid leave before using temporary layoffs.
At all restaurants and bars, on Monday, Gov. Jared Polis suspended dine-in services in the state for the whole month. The order renewal is more likely to happen in a month, and under that order, takeout, as well as delivery, will be allowed.
If the federal action gets approved, more funding for the unemployment benefits is expected by the state. This approval is expected in the bill currently before Congress.
Weekly Weather Forecast For Denver
Sunday, March 8
High 71, low 44
Chance of rain: 61%
Visibility: 10 miles
6 mph winds, with gusts up to 23 mph
Monday, March 9
High 61, low 41
Chance of rain: 62%
Visibility: 10 miles
Tuesday, March 10
High 64, low 35
5 mph winds, with gusts up to 10 mph
Wednesday, March 11
High 68, low 36
Thursday, March 12
High 66, low 39
Friday, March 13
High 47, low 32
Chance of rain: 69%
Romanoff won against John Hickenlooper
Andrew Romanoff won against a more funded and a big rival John Hickenlooper, for the U.S. Senate. In the state caucuses of Colorado Democrats he won more delegates than Hickenlooper in the state’s largest counties. He won 56% in Arapahoe County of delegates. Also, he won 62% in Jefferson County. Results for the larger portions of the state came out on Saturday. In south Denver, for Romanoff, Gayle Rodgers stood as caucus as he had a good brain in environmental studies. For his winning, Romanoff said“Our grassroots campaign just crushed the D.C. machine and won today’s caucuses. The power brokers and party bosses in Washington didn’t get the memo, but it turns out a lot of people in Colorado want to replace Cory Gardner with a progressive champion.”
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DUE TO CORONA OUTBREAK, DENVER EATERIES WILL OFFER DELIVERY
All bars and restaurants within the town of Denver are closed for on-site eating for consecutive eight weeks beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning, however, restaurants are still allowed to supply takeout and delivery, civil authority archangel American Revolutionary leader aforementioned in the news conference.
Even before that announcement, some native restaurants have rapt to takeout, pickup and delivery to continue serving customers.
They’re obtaining artistic in their approaches, too. At Arcana eating place in Boulder, beginning Tuesday, the employees are providing a wage scale, (pay-what-you-can) model. Customers are ready to order meals by phone and either decides them up outside the eatery or have them delivered.
“Meals can have an urged worth of $20, and that we can use the honour system, pay what you'll be able to,” Arcane’s Instagram browsed on Sunday. “We won’t be taking ‘tips,’ instead we'll be accepting any further contributions as employees support, to tend to those hits the toughest.”
Here may be a running list of a lot of restaurants within the Denver space providing paving pickup and/or delivery till additional notice. You'll be able to conjointly check #coloradocurbside on Instagram for updates.
We will still update this list as a lot of restaurants announce new delivery and takeout choices.
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Pedestrian hit by a car driver
In Denver at the junction of Colorado Boulevard and East 9th Avenue around 8pm a car driver hit a pedestrian on the street. Yet now, the case is not clearly disclosed by the police. Reports don't mention whether the pedestrian was crossing the road or not. The case is not filed as the hit and run case as it is not confirmed that the driver left the scene after the collision or not. The roads are closed in the area for the investigation.
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Several retails closed down due to COVID-19
Gov. Jay Inslee declared on a weekend, that he would start an emergency ordinance about temporarily closing down bars, eateries, movie theater and limit the social gathering of 50 or more people to avoid the transmission of the virus. The governor’s agreed on ordered by King County officials that if 50 or fewer people gathered and maintain the hygiene conditions and proper distancing between them then it would be allowed. This declaration would enable eateries to dine out, takes away but not dine in.
In this hard times, tough decision must be made to robust the measures of slowing the transmission of the virus, and it’ll also impact the economies of all economies and we are ready to address this challenges now,” Inslee aforementioned in his statement.
King County’s order to close the fitness gyms, cafe, eateries dine-in and dance practicing halls till 31 March. Food markets, city banks, petrol stations and other trade will be opened as long as they meet criteria of social health, according to the county.
“We are at a crucial moment during this disaster,” K.C Executive Dow Constantine said.
The cleaning actions, after per week, to increase the measures to stop the transmission of the virus that causes pulmonary disorder and other lethal health hazards. Due to this pandemic, there is a lot of disturbance related to the social lives of Washingtonians and folks are getting troubled paying their daily life expenses.
ONE MAN DIED IN HOUSE FIRE IN INDIANAPOLIS
A house fire in Indianapolis city on the weekend morning and one person lost his life in this fire.
According to Indianapolis Department, a fire broke in fifty two hundred, block of Norwaldo Avenue on weekend morning about 7 am. The location is close to 52nd street and Keystone Avenue.
Chief Rita Reith told that crew found heavy blanket of smoke and fire was coming out from the house window slits on arriving. Fire-fighter watered the house fire readily and it has been under control in ten minutes. After entering, the house a man found dead. The identity of the dead person has not been revealed.
The neighbour said that he called the rescue 911 after seeing the fire and alerts the others of the scenario.
It is still unclear how the fire has started. An investigation of the fire is in progress and the died person relatives were informed.
EMPLOYEE ARE WORRIED ABOUT GETTING PAID AFTER COVID-19 EMERGENCY
Several businesses shut across the queen town due to COVID-19, Charlotte. But essential services of daily life are available in the city.
There are several questions related to Charlotte staff of getting pay if they extended the time off. The staffs are concerned about the extended leave, and the town official sent an email to one of staff mentioning, to take benefits from leave policy and utilize in their scenarios.
During the meeting on Friday, night council passed an associate emergency paid leave program. This new change allowed authority of town to change in leave polices during Covid-19 havoc.
Councilmember Griggs asked the town mayor to inform about new updates or any changes made related to emergency leave policies.
Charlotte staff worrying about getting pays checks during pandemics.
WBTv asked the mayor if the staff would be forced towards unemployment. But the mayor mentioned that soon there’ll be several changes and school will be closed for two weeks at least. And staffs needs to find an innovative way to earn their living.
A bill in congress still waiting to get approval from the US senate to grant employee, as well as government official, two weeks paid leave and 12 weeks of family leave with 67% pay. However, the town can operate if that passes continues to be an issue.
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The application of isotope and geochemical techniques to reveal contributions of submarine groundwater and septic systems discharges to algal bloom in Boracay Island
A study was conducted by the Philippine Nuclear Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology of the Philippines sought to determine the sources of nutrients responsible for the cyanobacteria blooms during Summer months in the neritic zone of Boracay Island. The study showed the critical areas in Boracay island which were contaminated by coliform and cyanobacteria/ blue green algae mats. Stable isotope of C, H, O, N in sea water, biota and sediments were used to determine the sources of nutrients that feed the algae and coliform. The distribution of tritium was used to detect the discharges of submarine ground water and septic system water to the intertidal zone. Elemental composition of the sediments and coral was used to determine the sources and raw materials for white sand production. Point sources of infiltrating plumes were exposed by tritium and 18O anomalies in the sea water. Corals and algae that have assimilated undeclared septic system discharges by hotels and households and inorganic fertilizer from land based runoffs were exposed in the study. Intervalic spikes of lead, chromium and zinc were detected in the white sand. The results provided valuable data in the clean up measures of the island during the 6-month closure period in 2017
Contributions to nutrient loading of submarine ground water discharges (SGD), surface runoffs and sewage system discharges, during pre and post monsoon seasons in Boracay were established using six lines of evidences: tritium, Oxygen 18, Nitrogen 15, Carbon 13, elemental composition, and microbial load, in sea water, ground water, biota, flood water, and raw sewage/septic samples. The whimsical local belief on the alleged contribution of cyanobacteria/algae to white sand production has caused apathy to the eminent nutrient releases which were ascertained to fertilize the algae/cyanobacteria in the beach zone. Algae/cyanobacteria samples showed isotope compositions that were very close to those of raw sewage and sewer pipe water in terms of δ13C and δ15N. Stable isotope and geochemical data were also used to trace the fates of pollutants and monitor natural attenuation of nitrates, phosphates, pesticides, etc. Results of the study provide scientific bases for precision policy- making and management of the fragile ecosystem. Mr. Raymond Sucgang, project leader of the study said that the competitive advantage that the study gave was that more precise determination of the source and origin pollution loads was achieved compared to the other studies in Boracay. Isotope techniques are at present the best tool for providing important information about the origin of contaminants, the contribution of different sources to a multi-source plume, characterization of their complex transport (rate and mechanisms) and for evaluating the success of contaminated site remediation.
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